Hillary Clinton Promotes Australian-Style Gun Confiscation For America – Exchanging Liberty For Tyranny Is Awesome

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It looks like one of the predators within the Clinton campaign spotted harmless, loveable and most importantly feeble old Grandpa Gene Wojohowski and decided he’d be the perfect guy to hand a planted question to at her campaign event. Gene doesn’t get out much and he clearly is unfamiliar with the details of his question, having to refer to the paper to make sure he gets the name of the country right. He wouldn’t want to inadvertently say the wrong thing, like Uzbekistan or Congo when he’s talking about Australian gun confiscation.

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According to Gene, the Australians saved their society by taking away either tens of thousands or millions of the people’s firearms. Poof, in one year they were all gone and now Australia is a crime-free paradise where everybody smiles, sings and hold’s hands with everybody else. Free love is practiced openly in the streets of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth and flowers grow in concrete.

Having no idea of the actual assault the people of Australia are living under to their basic freedoms and liberty since they have been disarmed, including their forced acceptance of Islamification and a non-representative government, Gene wants to know if the same thing can be repeated in America and if not, why not.

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Obviously the locals need to hand out pocket Constitutions at the area retirement homes, but it’s something this gentleman man should have taken more interest in long ago. If he doesn’t understand the Second Amendment and the Constitution having reached his senior years, he is undeniably part of the problem. His attendance at a Clinton rally puts that fact clearly beyond debate.

On cue Clinton goes into her “I truly care for you” benevolent authoritarian facade, describing the domestication and disarmament of other domino nations before us. Those disarmed societies all happen to speak English, be Judeo-Christian, have semi-representative governments and significant, formerly predominant Caucasian populations. She misrepresents them, in the example of Australia, as success stories.

Her rationale is simplistic, perfectly suited for a room full of Democrats. If the Australians, Brits and Canadians can be made helpless and they haven’t yet been attacked by their government, doesn’t it naturally follow that every government, even the pathological Marxists that currently have hijacked ours can be trusted? Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot, Castro and the Islamists were and must be the exceptions to the rule. Modern, civilized and enlightened Communists, like the Democrats, would never harm their own people and the Holocaust didn’t really happen.

All that’s needed, according to the Clinton argument, to justify gun confiscation and the nullification of our Constitution is a mass killing. We’ve had several of those, so what’s the holdup? She notes how in all three nations “much stricter gun laws” were passed in “reaction” to the killings. She could have more aptly characterized it as a reflexive overreaction, one that their new invading terrorist population is leading many of them to severely regret. It’s being recognized as a reckless act of self-endangerment that cannot be easily undone.

Clinton pretends that it was “a good price” that the Australian controllers offered in exchange for the people’s submission to the whims of tyranny, and implies that because they “voluntarily” took their own redistributed tax money it was somehow a positive thing. She extols the virtues of then clamping down going forward, making the people defenseless with “more of a background check approach, more of a permitting approach, which is Marxist double-speak for converting a right into a privilege that is then denied by the authoritarians who are themselves heavily armed.

She stumbles her way around the language, not wanting to reveal her true intentions, saying that Australia was “able to curtail the supply and to set a different standard for gun purchases in the future.” The supply is, of course, curtailed by restricting it to those in power for the purpose of maintaining control and power. That new standard for the future is helplessness.

She then gets to the campaign talking point that poor old Gene was handed the card for in the first place, her advocacy for a Second Amendment trashing national gun buyback program, a unilateral dictatorial act that is, as Obama loves to pretend when he tramples upon our rights, “the right thing to do.” Not addressing the illegality of such an action, clearly the law is irrelevant to those who are above it; Clinton says such an attack on the Constitution “could be arranged.”

Clinton exhibited some of her own feeble-mindedness in referencing the failed and hugely expensive “cash for clunkers” auto buyback program as a validation of why this idea of hers supposedly has merit, getting the old vehicles off the road and providing people with an incentive to buy new cars. Of course, there won’t be any new guns purchased to replace these “clunkers,” so it’s a ridiculous, irrelevant comparison.

She says it’s worth considering and scrambles for the safety of ignorance, denying enough knowledge of the details as to how it would work, but attesting that the Australian example is worth looking at.

Since she believes the Australian example is, in fact, worth looking at, there’s a video posted just this week by Loxely Smithette, an Australian living in their new captive society, warning Americans to avoid making the same mistakes his nation made. They are the very suicidal missteps that the Marxist Clinton is advocating in this campaign stop. He warns that his beloved Australia has now become a “very scary place” and bemoans that his nation is lost forever.  We’re next, he says. He’s living what she’s vaguely endorsing, and the reality is nothing like what she describes.

Did Clinton mention the militant Islamists or the drug dealers in describing nirvana? No big deal, we’ll figure it out.

I’m Rick Wells – a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. I’m not PC; I call it like I see it. – Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us & www.truthburgers.com.


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